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School Business Managers Forums

Hertfordshire Primary SBM forum

The Hertfordshire Primary SBM forum has been established for 4 years and has over 90 members. The group meet once per term to discuss a range of business management topics and share best practice. They also support each other in raising standards through regular email and telephone contact. If you are interested in joining and are not already a member, please contact Rebecca Robertson: rebecca.robertson@bowmansgreen.herts.sch.uk

Hertfordshire Secondary School Business Leaders (HSSBL)

The Hertfordshire Secondary School Business Leaders forum was set up in autumn 2014 in response to requests from headteachers, chairs of governors and business managers. The group meet termly to discuss topical issues affecting school business management, as well as inviting guest speakers to talk about key areas of focus. They provide support to SBMs in helping to raise standards in schools, share best practice and develop a centralised source of information. For further information, please contact HSSBL Chair, Ben Stickley: B.Stickley@cheshunt.herts.sch.uk

School Business Management Training

School Business Management Briefings

The school business management briefings are held termly for colleagues working in areas such as finance, HR, computing, premises and administration. They are delivered by the Head of Business Management Services, key leaders within Herts for Learning and other external agencies to provide updates on school business management related topics.

The format of the sessions will be four presentations on current issues relating to the business aspects of running a school, followed by an in-depth group discussion on a relevant topic. For further information or to book onto the next briefing, please visit the Business section of our online training course page.

SBM Vacancies

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